Procrastinators, rejoice! Amazon has you covered for last minute Christmas gifts

There's just four days left until Christmas, but Amazon wants last minute shoppers to know that they don't need to panic.

Kelly Cheeseman with Amazon took Fox 10 Phoenix around the Amazon Prime Warehouse. The facility is where hundreds of items are stored that you can get delivered in just a few hours.

Basically, a last minute shopper's dream, especially when we're talking about Christmas presents.

"Some of the top gift-giving items this year are Instapots. People are loving those as a fun way of cooking differently and at fast speeds," Cheeseman said.

And not just those, but also games, cookbooks, and headphones.

"Say you're busy and you need paper towels and gift wrap and tape. You can get them through Prime Now and get them right to your front door, crossing errands right off your to-do list," Cheeseman said.

All of it can be delivered in just a few hours. Alcohol and mixers, too.

You'll have to sign up for Prime and download the Prime Now app. Then all of the hardworking Amazon employees will put your gifts together until 11:59 p.m. on Christmas Eve.

You're welcome, procrastinators.